On the evening of July 16th, many parts of the world will be able to watch a partial eclipse of the full Moon. See who’s in luck!
Farmers’ Almanac astronomy provides the best times to view meteor showers, full moons, facts about planets and stars, plus more!
An asteroid nearly a mile wide is expected to pass by Earth this holiday weekend. Should we be nervous? Who can see it? We have the details…
Ready to be an official eclipse observer? Report what you see during the different phases of the upcoming total lunar eclipse. No special equipment necessary!
Get ready for a midwinter celestial treat—a spectacular total lunar eclipse will be visible by nearly 3 billion people worldwide on January 20. Learn when and where to watch!
Dazzling Venus will be shining at its greatest brilliancy this week—even outshining Sirius. Learn where and when to spot it.
On Sunday night, the brightest comet of the year will pass close to Earth. How close is close? Will you be able to see it? We have the details…
Uh oh. It’s Black Friday AND a full Moon. What does that mean for holiday shopping, should you be concerned? We explain.